The silver screen Color me lavender

By: Rappaport, MarkContributor(s): Butler, DanMaterial type: TextTextPublication details: [S.I.] Water Bearer Films 2003 Description: 1 videodisc (100 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 inLOC classification: DVDAbstract: An exploration of the way Hollywood dealt with or ignored issues of homosexuality during its so-called Golden Age, when the studio system reigned supreme. A funny and occasionally rude re-examination of the subterfuges by which Hollywood has alluded to and at the same time avoided an issue that it could not even name, much less identify, it is at the same time a serious survey of gender issues and how they were perceived and perpetuated by the Hollywood dream factory from the 1930s up to the 1960s.
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Narrator, Dan Butler.

Originally produced in 1998.

Special features include ""Don't ask, don't tell"" t-shirt gallery, theatrical trailers, and a video short: John Garfield.

An exploration of the way Hollywood dealt with or ignored issues of homosexuality during its so-called Golden Age, when the studio system reigned supreme. A funny and occasionally rude re-examination of the subterfuges by which Hollywood has alluded to and at the same time avoided an issue that it could not even name, much less identify, it is at the same time a serious survey of gender issues and how they were perceived and perpetuated by the Hollywood dream factory from the 1930s up to the 1960s.

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